Amigurumi Soft Hippo Pattern – Knitting Concept

 

Amigurumi Soft Hippo Pattern


I suggest to link wonderful soft hippos.
Their size will depend on your chosen yarn (approx. 20-25 cm).

We will need:

Yarn Alize Softy (for those who want to knit in two threads-about two motpoints or a little less, in one thread-less than one Hank) or any plush yarn;
Yarn of another color, if you want to tie the girl;
Hook 3.5 (or the one you are comfortable with);
Black eyes;
thread for eyebrow embroidery;
Marker to mark the beginning of a series.
Legend:
VP-Air Loop
RVN is a non-lime column
PRSs-a column with a scale
Prib-Add
UB-Ubava
SS-Connecting Column

Stage 1: Legs + body

1 row: 2 VP, 6 SBN in 2nd off Hook loop
2 row: 6 Prib (12)
3 row: (1 SBN, Prib) 6 (18)
4 row: 18 SBN for Back Loop
5-10 Series (6 rows) 18 SBN
Cut off the thread, leaving a small end.
Knit is similar to the second part.
At the end of knitting the second part of a thread do not cut off.
11 Row: Knit 3 VP, connect with the second leg knitting 18 SBN on the second leg, 3 SBN on the chain of the EAP, 18 SBN on the first leg, 3 SBN on the chain of the EAP (42)
12 row: 17 SBN, Prib, 1 SBN, Prib, 1 sb, Prib, 17 SBN, 3 SBN (45)
13-15 Series: 45 RVN
16 Row: (7 SBN, UB) * 5 (40)
17 Row: 40 SBN
18 Row: (6 SBN, UB) * 5 (35)
19 Row: 35 SBN
20 row: (5 SBN, UB) * 5 (30)
21-22 Series: 30 SBN
23 Row: (4SBN, UB) * 5 (25)
24 row: 25 SBN
25 Series: (w SBN, UB) * 5 (20)


Stage 2: Head
1st row: 2VP, 6 SBN in 2nd loop (6)
2 row: 6 Prib (12)
3row: (1SB, Prib) * 6 (18)
4 row: (2 SBN, Prib) * 6 (24)
5th row: (3SBN, Prib) * 6 (30)
6th row: (4 SBN, Prib) * 6 (36)
7-10 Series: 36 RVN
If the eyes are on the fastening-insert between the 7th and 8th rows.
Fill the detail in the course of knitting.
11 Row: (4 SBN, UB) * 6 (30)
12 row (3 SBN, UB) * 6 (24)
13 Row (2 SBN, UB) * 6 (18)
We push a few SS, cut off the thread, leaving the end for stitching.
(The head will be small in relation to a body, do not be frightened, so it should be)

Stage 3: Muzzle
1 row: We collect a chain of 5 EAP. 2 SBN in the second loop from the hook, 2 SBN, 4 SBN in the last loop of the chain, then knit on the back side of the chain 2 SBN, 2 SBN in the last Loop (12)
2 row: 2 Prib, 2 SB, 4 Prib, 2 SB, 2 Prib (20)
3 row: (1 SBN, Prib) * 2, 2 SBN, (1 SBN, Prib) * 4, 2 SB, (1 SBN, Prib) * 2 (28)
4-7 Series (4 rows) 28 SBN
8 row: (5 SBN, UB) * 4 (24)
9 Row: 24 SBN
10 row: (4SBN, UB) * 4 (20)
11 Row: (3 SBN, UB) * 4 (16)
We pull a few SS, fill the part, leave the end of the thread for stitching.
Optionally, you can tie two halves of the nose (2VP, 6 SBN in the second loop) and sew them between the 7th and 8th rows of the muzzle.


Stage 4: Ears, hands, tail
Handles (knit two parts):
1 row: 2 VP, 6 SBN in the second loop.
2 row: (1 SBN, Prib) * 3 (9)
3-13 Series (11 rows) 9 SBN
Fill the part is not completely, fold in half, we bring 4.

Ears (Knit two parts):
1 row: 2 VP, 6 SBN in the second loop.
2nd row: Unfold knitting, do 3 loops lifting (3VP), the PRSs in the same SBN, in each of the remaining 5 SBN we get 2 PRSs (12 PRSs)
Tie the detail around the perimeter of the RVN.
Fold in half, we have 4 SBN.


Tail (do as desired) cut 3 threads of the main yarn (15-20 cm), put them together, fasten to the butt with a hook, and braid a short braid (2-3 cm), make a knot, and cut off the yarn, leaving a small brush.
Skirt and bow. Assembly
Skirt
Knit chain of the EAP (to tightly bowed tummy, everyone will have different number of loops)
Connect the chain, knit in a circle.
1 row: 3 loops Lifting (VP), PRSs in the same loop, further knit on 2 PRSs in each loop, SS
2 row: 3 lift loops, 1 PRSs in each PRSs, SS.
Bow
Amaguumi Ring: 3 VP, 4 PRSs, 3 VP, SS, 3 VP, 4 PRSs, 3 VP, SS.
Cut the thread, leave a small tip, roll the bow on the center several times, tie the back of the knot.
You’re done! You can now stitch parts.
I sewed in this sequence: Head + body + pens + muzzle + ears. Then my eyes came and I arranged my eyebrows with cilia.
That’s it! I wish you all a pleasant knitting and even eyelets!


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